Maps

Map; pocket Underground map, 1908
This geographic paper edition of the Underground map shows the Railway lines belonging to the Underground Group as well as the Central London Railway and Metropolitan Railway lines. Each line is represented by a different colour, other railways are marked with lighter black lines, London United tramways are shown by lines of crosses and other tramways routes are marked with a broken line. General geographic features such as roads and parks are also included. Earl's Court Exhibition Ground is marked on this map as well as the Franco-British Exhibition at Shepherd's Bush. This map has a green border and the UndergrounD logo is used in the map title. The reverse is printed in brown and has details of first & last trains, journey times, London railway termini, interchange stations, special notices, strip tickets and conditions. The logo on the front cover was designed by W J Pawsey.
Simple name : Map
Date : 1908
Collection : Maps
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1992/85
Size : H 230mm, W 272mm
Publisher : Underground Electric Railways of London Co. Ltd : 1908
Printer : Johnson, Riddle & Company Ltd : 1908
Mode : Tube
Content text : DISTRICT, BAKERLOO, PICCADILLY, AND HAMPSTEAD RAILWAYS. LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS. London . Underground . Electric . Railways SWIFT AND SURE THE WAY THROUGH LONDON
Additional information : This is a pocket Underground map from 1908. It shows the Railway lines belonging to the Underground Group, Central London Railway and Metropolitan Railway. The Underground lines are printed boldly in their line colours. Features such as roads, parks, London United Tramways routes and other railways are shown lightly in the background. Earl's Court Exhibition Ground is marked on this map as well as the Franco-British Exhibition at Shepherd's Bush. The reverse provides details of first and last trains, journey times, London railway termini, interchange stations, and information on strip tickets. The logo on the front cover was designed by W J Pawsey in 1907.
Title : How To Travel In And Round London
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